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Sunday, November 3, 2013

Toasted Curry Cauliflower

Cauliflower name originates from Latin caulis, cabbage and traces its ancestry back to the wild cabbage. Ancient cauliflower resembled kale or collards and unlike the vegetable, we see today. Cauliflowers are produced in numerous areas in South Africa due to its ability to adapt to cold weather growing.

Cauliflower does and grows well in most parts of South Africa including Brits and Marble Hall, the central Free State, cool Lowveld areas, Eastern Free State, Gauteng, Mpumalanga Highveld, KwaZulu-Natal coastal area, KwaZulu-Natal interior, Eastern Cape, Limpopo (Marble Hall and Groblersdal), North West, Northern Cape, Western Cape, warm Lowveld areas, Southern Cape, Polokwane and Dendron.
Toasted Curry Cauliflower

Cauliflowers are produced in numerous areas in South Africa due to its ability to adapt to cold weather growing.
Toasted Curry Cauliflower


1.   Two cups of cauliflower, sprinkle with whatever amount you prefer of curry powder, red pepper flakes, and salt

2.   Place cauliflower into a frying pan with a small amount of hot oil and toss well on medium heat about 2 minutes

3.   Add ½ cup vegetable broth to the pan, cover and let simmer until cauliflower is slightly soft


4.   Serve warm



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